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updating a remote copy of SVN

From: Peter Schuck <peter.schuck_at_nasa.gov>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2011 10:06:32 -0400


I would like to know if it is possible to ssh tunnel or somehow update a
remote copy of my subversion tree. I've checked the FAQ and I know that
you can just start up an remote shell on the machine, but the problem I
have is a bit more complex

I have three machines:

A - which maintains the a remote subversion tree
B - A cluster where I would like to do some development but cannot see A
C - A machine which can see both A & B

How can I use C to update the subversion archive on B from A?

Make sense?

Firewalls stink!


-- Pete

Pete Schuck
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Space Weather Laboratory, Code 674
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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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For the materialist, science is what teaches us what to believe. For
the empiricist, science is more nearly what teaches us how to give up
our beliefs.  ---  Bas van Fraassen
Because the truth is important --- Jordan Schuck (Age 7)
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